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recently on the cover of "redbook" with your family, big family, five kids but in l.a. sort of the odd man out, you don't see a lot of that. >> i love it between the show and the kids that's kind of like all i do right now. >> yeah, no sleep. >> no sleep. the golf came is completely gone. >> it happens. >> but i love it, something i always wanted, to have a big family and really fun ages right now, 2 to 11, keeping us bus see. my son, charlie, lost his first front tooth yesterday. >> big time. >> which was -- got texted a photo as islanded in new york. it was exciting. and just every day it is something new. school just started. that's a good thing. >> before i let you go. you are also in town here for a really special -- the trident. >> yes, i'm working with trident to help promote smiles across america, bringing attention to
. 105 in downtown l.a. one of the hottest spots in the entire country. notice here 105 in phoenix, 101 in vegas. rare we get l.a. hotter than those two spots. warm all the way up to montana and even in areas of coastal california, san francisco at 87, much warmer than you expect. not a lot changes today. the next storm system out far in the pick not cooling us off soon. very hot beginning of your week. as i mention, a low coming down. a chance with gusting winds, too, in the afternoon for a fire to pop up. that would spread rapidly. some red flag warns along with excessive heat watchesit's not prit pip it's going to stay that way today. 105 the forecast high in vegas. 106 in phoenix. see which of the three cities ends up on top. anyone has a chance. 104 in los angeles. close to record highs, the record high in l.a. is 106 for the state. hottest spots in the entire nation at 0 10. -- 108. >>> hard to think halloween costumes and pumpkins when you're 108 degrees. >> god, sounds so uncomfortable. i was in vegas over the past couple of days and can't believe. 1 hadn't degrees in vegas. 10
>>> and california burning. it may be autumn, but it's never been hotter in l.a. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning, everybody, thanks for joining us i'm betty nguyen. president obama could soon be looking for a new right-hand man. the white house chief of staff, rahm emanuel, could decide by the end of the week to leave the administration. emanuel is expected to step down to run for mayor of chicago. but he doesn't have long to make a decision. emanuel has only until november 22nd to file for the primary. tara mergener is in washington with the latest. good morning, tara. >> reporter: good morning, betty. well, the white house cautions that no final decision has been made yet. but, a source close to emanuel tells cbs news that an announcement could come as early as friday. emanuel has reportedly told colleagues he is all but certain to leave to run for the mayor of chicago. earlier this year he told charlie rose that office held a special place in his heart. >> always been an aspiration of mine, even when i was in the house of representatives. >> mayor of chicago? >> yes. the one thing, if
gets hot in september will be playing in october. two contenders squared off in l.a. as you would expect with the giants and dodgers this was wild. l.a. with a 4-0 lead forcing the giants to play catchup which they did. top eight, 4-2. the next batter after renteria solo shot. pat burrell, pinch hit. home run. it is now 4-3 l.a. to the ninth. same score. jonath jonathan broxton. the giant score five unanswered all on home runs. stun the dodgers 5-4, two behind the padres who lost their ninth straight. >>> a's and angels cahill trying to become the first oakland pitcher in three years to win 15 games in a season. cliff pennington brings home rog davis. 2-0 a's. cahill wins his 15th. the a's win. >>> last year toby gerhart, this year andrew luck. this season it is all about number 12. nfl scouts are already checking him out. today those scouts saw a good show. the cardinal kicked off the season hosting sacramento state at stanford stadium. 7-0 cardinal. luck airing it out. hits doug baldwin in stride. what a pretty play. he takes care of the rest. 81 yards. luck four tds in the firs
morning, a chilly kind of raw day. showery weather down the coast to medford. san francisco and l.a., mostly cloudy skies, maybe drizzle in l.a. early in the day. from vegas to phoenix, the only warmth we have. i mentioned the storm will move out. by the time we get to thursday, we will see much improved weather, especially in the northwest. if you're watching on channel 3 in sacramento, california, now that labor day is over, start preparing for the cooler month. learn how to knit and crochet cold weather well at the library. that's your pacific event of the day. what would you knit. >> i would actually love to learn how to knit. i would probably knit a baby blanket for my new niece or nephew or bill's new baby. not so new anymore. >> he's getting big. >> exactly. seven months. >>> now here is an early look at headlines in entertainment. yoko ono is pleased with the decision to keep her husbanded killer behind bars. a new york parole board turned down mark david chapman, citing, quote, the disregard you displayed for the norms of our society and the sanctity of human life. chapman
read or anybody read the articles from the "l.a. times" over the weekend about all the horrendous bidding process that is happening down in l.a.x. for the concessions down there and how it goes on and on and on and on, i just say to any airline watching, anybody considering do we want s.f.o. or l.a.x., watch the process here, see how it works and your answer will come to you quite quickly. >> thank you, supervisor. commissioner avalos: supervisor mirkarimi. commissioner mirkarimi: thank you. earlier this year we had a conversation with director martin and the question came up and wasn't answered at the time and said he would get back to us is this is considered san francisco property, correct? so that when businesses are contracting with the city, the question was is, what level of compliance was there our work force for source agreements for these contracts extended on airport property? so in this particular case, how would that play itself out in terms of their requirements and compliance in hiring people as it sees fit with our local first source hiring requirements? >> if memo
been the heat, and no doubt l.a. with the hottest day on record, 113. that was the high for yesterday. temperatures are going to start to back off and the heat will start to back off with an onshore flow developing over the next couple of days. so 101 today and then by tomorrow we'll see that come down, and temperatures should be in the upper 90s. still dealing with rain through washington, though. scattered showers, maybe a rumble or two. other than that, we are high and dry with 90 in billings. 90 in casper. 87 in salt lake city. plenty of sunshine. nice, dry weather. and through the desert southwest we have thunderstorms pop up. we could have a chance for some fires breaking out with any of that dry lightning, perhaps. that is something we do have to watch. otherwise, it's looking good across the east coast. santa rosa, california, looking good with 98. >>> and that's a look at your forecast. veronica? >>> 101 degrees in l.a., somebody has to tell los angeles summer is over. what's going on? too crazy. >>> big business dealmakers say gobble, gobble, ben & jerry go unnatural, and pu
triple digit temperatures. >>> the heat wave is hitting southern california as well. yesterday downtown l.a. set a record of 113 degrees. police are looking into will the heat played a role in the death of a hollywood film editor. she was found dead after she had been hiking in the hollywood hills. she had edited all of quentin taren teen owe's movies. >>> today in l.a. it's 94 and cloudy. they have some tropical clouds. it's hot and humid. we still have sunshine and there's trying to be a little west wind develop. 86 in san francisco. we'll be close to record setting territory today. the fog is out there. oakland airport had a little west wind at five. santa rosa 89, san jose 89. 79 at sfo. napa 90. fairfield 93. city is 87. oakland and airport and downtown are 85. concord 92. san jose 90. the source of the higher clouds in southern california are sending in a few high clouds here. had that might take the edge of say in the santa clara valley later today. it's a big strong area of high pressure and all signs point toward this heat breaking tomorrow. today maybe some more record highs. >>>
's talk about the western heat wave. remember, 113 all-time record high in downtown l.a. a couple days ago? yesterday, slightly cooler. cut off low off the baja helping a little of the cool down just on the immediate coast. otherwise, still very hot. unusually strong area of high pressure is responsible, and this weather pattern blocked up until we get rid of this east coast storm. that won't happen for another two days. yesterday, very hot. no doubt about it. still 99 in l.a. 103 in vegas and 101 in phoenix. 90s all the way into boise and medford, we're almost into october. not changing soon, until we see a storm system scum coming to the west coast it's staying warm. that's not happening over the next couple of days. temperatures, holding on to the heat at night, too. still in the 80s in vegas. 79 in phoenix. 76 in l.a. today 71 in seattle. 90s widespread and even 100s if you're away from the coast. that's a look at your 101 in fresno. you tie at 103. 98 in bakersfield. >>> take a look at thursday's forecast coming up. >> all right. >>> so if you weren't a ramones fan what is it? justin
put it on the website. did anyone pick it up? the loud and by the "l.a. daily news." -- go out and buy the "l.a. daily news." if you are the governor of mississippi, you should love this. if you are the governor of texas, you should love this. they should be out their front and center. the key is going to be republicans taking the leadership. we have a strong leadership with the democrats. it has gone through the house twice. we have had two victories. ultimately people get caught up in the jobs bill debate and everything else. they come back from recess. there's a small period of time when this can happen. the advocacy is going to be focused for the next few weeks no city is better positioned to be an advocate-liter than san francisco because of speaker policy -- to be an advocate-city than it san francisco because of speaker nancy pelosi and other representatives. we are in a unique position. it is not good enough. everything is being played out with the midterm elections. we're playing with people's lives. we're playing with their families. you have two kids. this is serious busines
and a fr >>> well, back on your soil. the bizarre disappearance of more than a dozen cult members near l-a... where they were found... and what happened to their leader. nearly half a million peruvians [ male announcer ] as the ceo of hp, carly fiorina laid off 30,000 workers. when you're talking about massive layoffs, which we did... perhaps the work needs to be done somewhere else. [ male announcer ] fiorina shipped jobs to china. and while californians lost their jobs, fiorina tripled her salary. bought a million dollar yacht. and five corporate jets. i'm proud of what i did at hp. [ male announcer ] carly fiorina. outsourcing jobs. out for herself. [ barbara boxer ] i'm barbara boxer and i approve this message. tonight... because a protest over cocaine. >>> nearly a half of a million peruvians are without power tonight, because of a protest over cocaine. hundreds of growers are protesting the government of their crops, which is the basis for making cocaine. they have cut power to 430,000 homes. the protest has been going on for a week. >>> an american hiker is home tonight. sarah shour
tarantino's film editor is dead after hiking on the hottest day ever in l.a. they found her near the hollywood hills around 2:00 this morning. officers say they do not suspect foul play. she was nominated for an oscar for her work on tarantino's 1994 film "pulp fiction." the heat is leaving thousands of people in the dark. temperatures skyrocketed to 113 degrees in l.a. yesterday, causing power outages in parts of l.a. and orange counties. over 27,000 people still don't have their power today. >>> still ahead at 5:00, caught on camera. amazing video into the newsroom of a dramatic mud slide. >>> holiday help for the unemployed. one retail store is boosting hiring this year. >>> the nominees are in. who could behe next t act inducted into the rock 'n' roll who could behe next t act inducted into the rock 'n' roll hall of fame. fs, we did... perhaps the work needs to be done somewhere else. [ male announcer ] fiorina shipped jobs to china. and while californians lost their jobs, fiorina tripled her salary. bought a million dollar yacht. and five corporate jets. i'm proud of what i
have labor day off, because they don't have a job. the "l.a. times" reports the unemployment rate could remain high for years, leaving americans out of work. right now, the national unemployment rate is at 9.6%. in it july, california's jobless rate stood at 12.3%, third highest in the nation. here's, slight growth is expected, san jose is expected to improve, and oakland by .3%. as for those hardest hit, a new report suggests it is people over the age of 50. the "mercury news" reports it's cutting into retirement funds. according to the aarp, retirement account balances decreased 32% between 2007 and 2009. people over 50 accounted for a quarter of the country's foreclosures, as well. >>> one person not getting his job back, steven slater. jetblue says the flight attendant is no longer employed by jetblue. slater's lawyer had said he loved flying and wanted to return to work. slater was suspended from the airline for a month after he swore at passengers on a plane's loud speaker and then jumped down the emergency chute with beer in hand. jetblue will not release further details, the com
murder charge in michigan. >>> jurors in california watched a video of the man accused of killing l.a. angels pitcher vizio, which he admits he did a horrible thing. he admitted to killing nick adenhart in a drunk driving accident. gallo said the entire night was a big blur and didn't remember how the accident happened. >>> a young maryland politician is fighting for her life. maryland state police say the driver of this cadillac escalade hit natasha pettygrew on sunday morning while she was riding her bike near prince george's community college. she is the green party candidate running in november. the driver thought she hit a an -- an animal and kept right on going, even though the bicycles with lodged under her suv. >>> a ambition to put the cell phone down for teen-agers might not be working. peggy fox spoke with teen-agers from fairfax who don't think texting and driving is all that bad. >> reporter: on any busy road you can watch drivers texting behind the wheel. like this man who is at a light and doesn't even look up when he starts moving forward. and now new worry that's youn
, but it has literally never been hotter there than it was yesterday. check this out. downtown l.a. hitting 113 degrees breaking the all-time record of 112 set back in june 1990. the heat has led to tens of thousands of power outages. in the meantime, the dry conditions have firefighters on alert. today has been forecast to be another hot one, but no records are expected to be broken. >>> now here is a look at other stories making news today in america. in texas, an elderly couple is dead and one firefighter recovering after a two-alarm fire broke out in an apartment complex. responders fought late into the morning to control the flames. they were forced to retreat when live ammunition started going off. authorities are investigating the cause of the fire. >>> in south dakota, the annual roundup of a free roaming buffalo herd in the black hills custer state park attracted thousands. once a year, the herd is rounded up the old fashioned way for a visit to the buffalo doctor, if you will, where they will be sorted, vaccinated, branded and then released to once again roam freely home on the range.
out west. summer in l.a. 92 yesterday. we're easily in the triple digits from vegas into the phoenix area. east coast is suffering from a big huge rainstorm. the rest of the country's dry as could be. that continues even into the pacific northwest. yesterday was cool in seattle. only 65. today it will warm up for you. the weather pattern, you can pretty much go from spokane, washington, to denver and not even see a cloud in the sky this morning. it's that crystal clear out here a big dome of high pressure builds in from canada. usually it has suppressing air, rising air would get clouds. that's what we have down here along the coast of california. even radar returns here just outside of yuma on the border of arizona and california. but warm conditions will be rule today. a lot of dry conditions. temperatures still very warm. phoenix is holding on to 82. the areas that will be the hottest will be in the deserts. 98 in vegas. 106, phoenix. medford, 94. portland at 84. as i mentioned, seattle about eight degrees warmerarizona, as will be around 100. spokane, 80 degrees. that's a beautif
, every state, that come to l.a. to take over the campus of ucla and bear down with them on what it means to be a leader and how that process starts now. i am not talking about college kids. we are looking at 13 to 18. we try to make an impact on these kids' lives and the concept of leadership and what it means to serve people starting at an early age. this summer, the studio was kind enough to premiere this film privately for the kids, these 13 to 18-year-old kids. i sat in the back of the room with the kids. i was anxious to see it before you came on the show. i sat in the auditorium with those hundreds of kids and i was blown away by the way they receive this film. i was not sure they were going to get it the way they did. but these kids, not adults, it hit the skids hard. leslie was there. the kids were bearing down on her after wars with serious questions. -- afterwards with serious questions. do they get have shortchanged they are in this system? >> that is such a great question. our young people are looking around trying to figure out why is it like this? and what chances do i real
jurisdictions such as san jose, l.a., alameda, have they enacted this or been part of it? >> regarding not the retention of plans but regarding the request for an architect signature, yes, that is in the business and professional code. it is on the form. we have worked with the city attorney office on the forms that we need to do. other cities have implemented this. many years ago. in the 1990's. this is something new for san francisco but not new to the building official capacity or state laws. president murphy: what i'm asking, are they doing it in san jose? are they doing it in l.a. and other places? >> they are doing it in other jurisdictions, yes. president murphy: ok. further comments? commissioner walker? commissioner walker: i think it is important that we listen to the folks using the system as we try to implement. i know that the business reengineering process that we used to help advise around the fifth floor changes are still going on with our first floor, and the inner face with other departments has been the challen challenge. so the comment about six weeks for approving
". >> adam howwley s live in l.a. >> reporter::there's bben all sorts of names and rumors and everything's been thrown out in the last couple of months..3 it wasn't a huge surpriie when the judges' names wereefinally -nnounced but the table -- the head table -- able i shoull say for the judges' table of "american idol". @%%-ladies and gentlemen, miss -ennifer lopez. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: rock and roll icon steven tylee anddmusic-move they aae thrilled to joon one of television' top shows. >> it's being a paat f ssmething much biggee than yourself. >>>i'm so excited to be here. i'm so excited toowork with all of you and watch you grow aad watch the journey that we'ree3 abouttto take tooether. >> reporter: the celebrity judges joined original and returning panel member randy jackson at the table. together they are takiig the competition toothe next level. the street crrd. >> i'm looking for tte nextt michael jackson. we'reelooking, like randy said, for the best "american idol" -ver.@ >> reporter: aal right.@ there was a couple of33 %-even though the judges' table wasn't s
. >> the extreme conditions in l.a. >>> then, sexting scandal. the wisconsin district attorney in deep trouble, now makes a career decision. >>> and, questionable claims. this juice is promising advertising and a new government crackdown. it's tuesday, september 28th. >> from abc news, this is "world news now." >> is there anything out there that's actually healthy for you anymore? everything's so disappointing. >> i think pom has an anti-oxidant so at least that is good. we've really seen the crackdown with cereals. rice crispies, frosted mini wheats. pom is now in their line of scope. >> i'm vinita nair. >>> it is officially fall but it felt like an extreme summer day in los angeles, suffering through its hottest day in history. >> the weather service thermometer in downtown l.a. hit 113 degrees before literally it stopped working. brad wheelis in l.a. with the latest. >> reporter: good morning, vinita and rob. people move to l.a. for the climate. sunshine and 70s a good chunk of the year. not on monday. far from it. record high temperatures recorded forcing people to do whatever they could to ke
with killing l.a. angels pitcher nick adenhart. he died after a collision with andrew gallo in fullerton, california. the april 2009 crash killed two of his friends. gallo is charged with murder because he had a previous dui conviction. prosecutors say his blood alcohol level was nearly three times the legal limit at the time of the crash. >>> wearing bright red, remember members against m.a.d.d. are celebrating the anniversary. they marked the occasional the capitol. the last three decades mothers against drunk driving says it saved 300,000 lives but they say drunk driving is still a problem and is calling on congress to fund technology that prevents drivers from operating their vehicles if their blood alcohol content is over the legal limit. >>> this is child passenger safety week. the federal government is using the occasion tone courage the proper use of child and booster seats for young people. >> any emt, policemen or firemen will tell you a properly installed child safety seat could make the difference between life and death. we also know that despite the best intentions, nearly t
is a five-day trip from vancouver to los angeles, and the other three are seven-day, which starts in l.a., go to santa barbara, san francisco, sonata, and then l.a., so we are hoping this is a very popular cruise. we hope it will be of the 10 million cruise passengers around world, i believe 80% are americans. i know that san francisco is still a very desirable destination, so we're looking forward to seeing how that works and hoping it can continue in the following year. i'm sure you'll be seeing more of it as 2011 evolves. next, on august 6, 2010, on pier 14 at 3:00, we will have the ribbon cutting ceremony, which you heard all about at the last commission meeting. it is, as you know, a piece of art owned and managed by the black rock arts foundation, and it will be installed at here 14. the rocket ship itself will be 40 feet high, some very similar to the last black rock arts foundation peace we had, which was called passage. the rocket ship will be there for 14 months. artists are a team of bay area artists, and the rocket ship first landed, so to speak -- very cute, dan. where is da
to pass. in a small study, l.a. conti health officials found that at least one in seven home kitchens would flunk. compare that to 98% of l.a. county restaurants that regularly get scores of a or b. while the study is believed to be the first widespread assessment of home food safety, it was not comprehensive, because it was done as an internet quiz, not through in person inspections. >>> we'll be rht back with the best drivers in the bay area. e >>> a major insurance company has done the math and determined the best drivers in the bay area are in santa rosa. santa rosa ranked number two in california. all state insurance counted the number of accidents its cuts racked up in a ten-year period. heyward, number 26, san jose number 29 ahead of oakland at 37. san francisco number 43. while the average driver has a collision every ten years, santa rosa drivers average 10.2 years without a crash. >> all right then, the next time i apply for insurance i'm going to write down santa rosa's zip code. >> i don't think it will work. >> coming up next, "nightly news." >> we'll see you at 6:00. [ f
're watching "early today." a long time since i can get a map from l.a., denver, everywhere in town. warm, sunshine, not feeling like the fall in the west, not yet. on saturday, clouds drop in the pacific northwest. the heat returns, salt lake city 95. vegas 108, phoenix 109, l.a. should be 92 on saturday. so we're talking beach weather. by the time we get to sunday, that's when the cooler air will return for the coastal areas. still a little heat left in the interior sections. so overall, looks like a good start to your holiday weekend. >>> if you're watching us on kenv channel 10 in elko, nevada, there's something for everyone at the 88th edition of the elko county fair. competitions will be held in horse and lifestyle classes as well as crafts. that's your pacific event of the day. you're 4h, right? >> i did grow up in ohio. i do have that credibility. all right, bill. thanks. here's a look at the morning headlines in entertainment. at the box office this labor day weekend, three different films will battle it out for number one. the r-rated thriller, request it machete" features quent
: in california alone it is expected to save more than 16,000 jobs. though many districts like l.a. feel they ought to save it for huge shortfalls next year. chicago wants to hire back teachers but will likely have to lay them off again in nine months. texas might refuse the money all together. still, broward county will take it. >> it is one more year, but it's better than no more years. >> reporter: looming fear for many, even bigger cuts. e lick tifs -- electives have been slashed which is why beth aronson, voted best teacher in town, won't get her job back. >> you put your heart and soul into this, into loving these kids, into doing what you know best and it's like somebody pulls the rug under you with no warning. >> reporter: marco got another chance but may be laid off again. >> i'm terrified, enough to make me want to quit doing this job. >> reporter: he'll give his students and passion another year. michelle kosinski, nbc news, broward county, florida. >> and a program note, nbc news will host a major education summit on the plaza here in rockefeller center in new york. education
peace be with you and then he looked at me and shook his a had had and said chiz l.a. i'm from the midwest and the best translation is what the heck. i was skruf if i and looked pretty bad and he said, son, i'd like you to come to our village but first, you need to take a bath. so, i went down to the river, very filthy, a washed up and we went for tea. in that sorry lame i learned many things. one out of three children there dies before the age of one. usually dehydration or diarrhea induced dehydration. many young men have left the villages to try and get jobs as dishwashers in the cities or work on construction crews or work for foreign climbers and they often have to pull they're resources and sell they're goats and land to bribe somebody. for who is left behind is the women and they say now they're workload has doubled over the last two decades. i walked into this stli ladies and gentle village and we had yet to have three cup office tea with each other. first cup your a stranger, second cup a friend, and third cup you become family but the process take many years. here in
. that's not going to change tomorrow, either. l.a., not bad. 81. good deal of sunshine. hotter in the valleys. notice in friday, more wet weather lingers here in the pacific northwest. california, arizona and nevada look high and dry. if you're watching us on khq right now in spokane, washington, if you're looking to spice up your dance moves or experience new culture through dance and music, head to centerstage for a free argentinean tango lessons. a little spice in your life. >> a little spicy picture there, too. this is morning tv. bill, thank you. >>> and now here's an early look at this morning's headlines in entertainment. has "star" magazine gone too far with yet another he's cheating on her story? one hollywood heavyweight says yes. for the second time this month, "star" printed a story quoting a woman claiming to have had an affair with ashton kutcher. now he's tweeted threats to take the magazine to court saying, quote, you don't get to stand behind freedom of press when you are writing fiction. >>> michael jackson's mother and his children are suing aeg live, claimin calling it corruption on steroids. >> this he, needless to say is corruption on steroids. >> l.a. county district attorney steve coolly says the office has been investigating this city of bell's high salaries since march. eight arrests made today. the tsar, as he calls him being robert rizzo arrested in his huntington beach home. bail? $3.2 million. >> set his own salary. he misappropriated a substantial pay and benefits by increasing them through a series of actions that no one approved of and few, if anyone knew about it. >> four of the five current members of city council were charged and arrested for misappropriation of funds. >> counsel members were busy enriching themselves enriching themselves for collecting money for middle easting that's didn't occurred. >> and i'm so excited. i just saw rizzo being handcuffed and this makes me happy. now, if i can get his property to pay back debt he owes me i'll be happier. >> former city council members were arrested as well as former assistant city manager. and there is one city council member not in jail. >> it's a sad moment for us. the sa
officials are in jail. the l.a. county d.a. is calling this corruption on steroids and all public officials like them across the country should probably regard this as a warning shot. we begin tonight with nbc's george lewis who is in the l.a. suburb. george, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. the eight are accused of misappropriating $5.5 million of city funds for their own use. authorities from the district's attorney's office rounded them up first thing this morning. >> do you have anything to say about the charges? >> reporter: the big fish is the former bell city manager robert rizzo picked up at his luxury home in huntington beach, california, accused of stealing $4.3 million in public funds. >> rizzo, acting as the unelected and unaccountable czar of the city of bell, secretly set his own salary. >> reporter: rizzo is one of eight bell city officials present and former arrested today. the others are accused of miss appropriating $1.2 million. officers used a battering ram to break down the door of bell mayer oscar hernandez when he delayed coming out. >> the complaint al
they then looted at will. >> reporter: l.a. county's district attorney says rizzo was the ring leader of a gang of corrupt officials. he called it corruption on steroids. those arrested today include the current mayor, hernandez. deputies reportedly had to use a battering-ram to gain entrance to his home. rizzo's bail was set at $3.2 million, the highest of any defendant. >> we have asked the court that nobody be allowed to post bail until there's an opportunity to examine the source of the bond. >> several smaller bay area communities have city managers with large salaries. more than $315,000 a year to oversee its city. san reloan pays nearly $360,000 and liver more makes more than $312,000. we visited another community, da ville, where the city manager also has an impressive salary. >> reporter: he earned 31 television $133 last year, making him one of the highest paid city managers in the state. his base salary is $223,000. he cashed out four weeks of vacation time for nearly $16,000 and in lieu of a pension, he pays 35% of his salary or more than $72,000 towards retirement, which he cashed
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